The 75-year-old former England boss replaces the sacked Patrick Vieira.
Although he played an essential role in Barcelona's 2-1 El Clasico win over Real Madrid on Sunday, Araujo was seen with an ice pack on his leg after the game. In spite of scoring an own goal early on, Araujo delivered a crucial performance for Xavi's side, even though he struggled in the final stages of the game. The Uruguay FA tweeted that Araujo's injury would prevent him from participating in their upcoming matches, and Sebastian Caceres has been called up instead. Barcelona released an update on Araujo's situation, stating that he would undergo further medical tests before a decision could be made regarding his fitness.
Only a small pool of clubs have reached the semi-finals of the Women’s Champions League in recent seasons - Arsenal and Chelsea simply need to be among them